Hypertension is a chronic condition that can be effectively managed by a vast array of drugs, spanning many drug classes. The antihypertensive market is highly mature and most of its drug classes are saturated with generics. Further, the market is characterized by the presence of numerous fixed dose combinations (FDCs) and only a handful of agents devoid of direct generic competition. The Hypertension Treatment Algorithm provides insights into drug class prescribing patterns among a wealth of treatment options, where owing to the high availability of generics, pricing pressures are of minimal concern.


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